Just in time for the Easter weekend, here’s our latest ‘Mostly Media Recommends.’ If you’re planning to avoid the crazy weather this Bank Holiday we suggest settling in, unwrapping the chocolate and catching up on our recommended entertainment.  Happy Easter from all at Team Mostly!



The New Yorker: Fiction podcast is a great listen for fans of written and narrated fiction. Each month, a different staff member of The New Yorker joins host Deborah Treisman – the magazine’s fiction editor – to read and discuss a piece from the magazine’s archives. From classic submissions, often decades old, to new treasures, they examine the deeper meanings and interpretations of each piece. Each gloomy tale or love story will be sure to captivate listeners; even listeners new to the world of fiction will find something to enjoy here. The New Yorker: Fiction is available to stream now on all major podcasting services!



Here at Team Mostly, we love a pub, Bill Bailey and sparkling conversation, so, imagine our joy when Perfect Pub Walks with Bill Bailey came out at the end of last month! English musician, comedian and actor Bill Bailey sets out on some of Britain’s best, and most spectacular, pub walks around the UK. Joined by a new guest each week, the two take on the walk while sharing funny and sometimes very personal conversations on their way to the pub. Some of his guests so far have included Alan Davies, Sir Trevor McDonald and Paul Merton covering many topics ranging from history, music, food, and art whilst also discussing memories, challenges, and life experiences. Perfect Pub Walks with Bill Bailey airs on Channel 4 every Tuesday at 9pm!



Based on a true crime incident in Littlehampton, an English seaside resort, this dark comedy, mystery film starts when deeply conservative Edith Swan begins to receive anonymous letters full of hilarious profanities. Her neighbour, rowdy Irish migrant Rose Gooding is charged with the crime. Suspecting that something is amiss, the town’s women investigate. With an all-star line up including Olivia Colman, Timothy Spall and Jessie Buckley, if you’re looking for a laugh, we highly recommend this film.